Biden Suspends New Oil And Gas Drilling Permits On Federal Land

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Daniel 's Comment
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Weeell, you're forgetting a little thing that under Trump America became a net EXPORTER of energy. Kinda hard for the OPEC cartel to force a raise in prices when AMERICA doesn't play along

On Dec. 18, 2015, the United States enacted legislation to repeal a ban on most crude-oil exports that had been in place since the energy-crisis days of 1975. (Exports of refined petroleum were not blocked by the law, just crude.)

This happened before Trump was president.

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Bro get real I really want to stay away from the conversation but you have no clue what your talking about 50,000 jobs I s a crossed the board his 1st accomplishment as president was increase unemployment by taking away good paying jobs and the number is on the low side there’s a lot more 3rd party associated to it that is gone now !!! Oh yeah and he sure hooked up the troops that went there to protect him too by making them sleep on the floor wherever they could fit but I heard trump paid for motel rooms for them I don’t care who the president is as long as he leads and work for everyone and has his own voice as well as our voice good luck to safe travels

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1. I doubt trucks will haul anywhere near the amount of fuel (in the same time and as safely) that pipeline would bring. 2. It does seem the jobs associated with building and maintaining the pipeline will go away. 3. The guy signing all these things is the same guy that was in charge of all those road/bridge projects ten years ago. 😳 4. I don’t care which political party it is, I don’t trust anyone who has been part of the federal government for 40+ years AND HAS NO successful accomplishments.

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1. The oil is already being trucked in to the US as well as on trains. It will get here one way or another.

2. The pipeline would take away the current truck driving jobs along with the support jobs in both the trucks/trains.

3. ??

4. We salute the rank, not the man. It's a band of brothers thing.

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Jammer a's Comment
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Yes sir facts

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The plummeting of oil and gas prices worldwide in 2020 had nothing to do with a Republican administration in the United States, just as it had nothing to do with the administration in any other nation.

It was the nearly overnight worldwide drop in demand due to the coronavirus pandemic. At one point in Spring of 2020 the price per barrel of crude was actually negative (wrap your head around that).

People love to ascribe whatever good things are happening to the administration in office, so long as they support that administration. And they love to ascribe whatever bad things are happening to the administration in office, so long as they oppose that administration. Confirmation bias: it’s a human nature thing.

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Weeell, you're forgetting a little thing that under Trump America became a net EXPORTER of energy. Kinda hard for the OPEC cartel to force a raise in prices when AMERICA doesn't play along

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Jammer a's Comment
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Also true

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B.s I was there when little ol Gavin newsom snatched all teams I I g fracking permits in ca most drilling isn’t on federal lane any way and depends what class of drilling your doing but all drilling has to be federally permitted when they want to pull permits they say corners were cut we are conducting investigations into how the permits were gained google isn’t the answer to everything google how many people lose there jobs on the keystone pipeline and it will still be short on the numbers because it don’t bring in all the third party personnel it t employs to get the pipeline built back to be dependent on Middle East and unemployment

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Again the issue is drilling on Federal Land, not private land. New drilling on private land will continue as always.

The oil from Canada will still be imported into the US with or without the Keystone pipeline. It will be brought in by rail and trucks.

In fact, it can be considered that there will be more truck driving jobs to haul the oil from Canada since the pipeline won't be built.

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Ironically, it will increase the carbon footprint to bring the oil into the US via other means than pipe to such an extent it cancels out killing Keystone.

Banks's Comment
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I don't know much about drilling or permits, but I will say hauling oil from Canada in a tanker during the winter season is something I have no interest in.

Daniel 's Comment
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Bro get real I really want to stay away from the conversation but you have no clue what your talking about 50,000 jobs

STEELE CITY, Nebraska (Reuters) - In the heated debate over whether to build the Keystone XL pipeline, the energy industry and lawmakers have predicted that the project could unleash an economic bonanza in the Midwest, and provide jobs for up to a half-million people. Kansas pipeline worker Jeremy Rippe knows better. "Short term, there will be jobs for everyone around here. Then, not many at all," said Rippe, who helps maintain a gas pipeline on the Nebraska-Kansas border.

https://www.businessinsider.com/r-insight-beyond-the-hype-keystone-would-yield-few-permanent-jobs-2014-14

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Weeell, you're forgetting a little thing that under Trump America became a net EXPORTER of energy. Kinda hard for the OPEC cartel to force a raise in prices when AMERICA doesn't play along

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On Dec. 18, 2015, the United States enacted legislation to repeal a ban on most crude-oil exports that had been in place since the energy-crisis days of 1975. (Exports of refined petroleum were not blocked by the law, just crude.)

This happened before Trump was president.

The point being until Trump became president we did not produce enough to satisfy our needs and export extra. The fact that the law was enacted before Trump became president doesn't matter.

Daniel 's Comment
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The point being until Trump became president we did not produce enough to satisfy our needs and export extra. The fact that the law was enacted before Trump became president doesn't matter.

We were already producing more than we needed in 2015. That is why the law was passed. The economic benefits would have occured no matter who was president.

Jammer a's Comment
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Bull s!!! If I don’t know what I’m talking about I generally keep my mouth shut I worked 15 yrs in oil if you progress and learn just like anything it’s good to you I f you don’t and just expect to collect 2500 you won’t last long most people don’t like swinging a 20lbs sledge for a day but those that do do I left because I just felt I was getting to old to do what I do and the office position is just not my thing they called me yesterday offered me the job again told them I got a lot of time and money invested in trucking I wanna see it thru they said just call us if it don’t your facts are from people paid to not like it bro I think your trolling if your not my bad lol you’ve def hit a nerve with me with out drilling you don’t drive ....

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Bro get real I really want to stay away from the conversation but you have no clue what your talking about 50,000 jobs

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STEELE CITY, Nebraska (Reuters) - In the heated debate over whether to build the Keystone XL pipeline, the energy industry and lawmakers have predicted that the project could unleash an economic bonanza in the Midwest, and provide jobs for up to a half-million people. Kansas pipeline worker Jeremy Rippe knows better. "Short term, there will be jobs for everyone around here. Then, not many at all," said Rippe, who helps maintain a gas pipeline on the Nebraska-Kansas border.

https://www.businessinsider.com/r-insight-beyond-the-hype-keystone-would-yield-few-permanent-jobs-2014-14

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
Daniel 's Comment
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The boom in oil production had nothing whatsoever to do with Donald Trump. The facts are quite clear.

On December 18, 2015, President Obama signed legislation into law that repeals the 40-year-old U.S. ban on crude oil exports. Calls to lift the crude export ban became more frequent after U.S. supplies increased dramatically—driven by technological advances in the drilling and extraction of “tight oil” (generally light sweet crude). These advances led to a domestic production “boom,” particularly in Texas (Eagle Ford and Permian Basin formations) and North Dakota (Bakken formation). In fact, the Energy Information Administration (“EIA”) reported that U.S. crude production (including lease condensate) rose from 5.6 million barrels per day (b/d) in 2011 to 8.7 million b/d in 2014. EIA’s August Short-Term Energy Outlook forecasted that production in 2015 would be as high as 9.4 million b/d, with a dip to 9.0 million b/d in 2016 because of low oil prices.

https://www.reedsmith.com/en/perspectives/2015/12/us-government-repeals-crude-oil-export-ban

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